Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a therapeutic intervention used to help children acquire skills and address behavioral health goals, including increased social skills, increased ability to communicate emotions and increased frustration tolerance. Verbal Behavior is a methodology based on research, that our team utilizes to address functional skills, such as language/communication, self-help skills, play skills, social skills, and complying with instruction. Targeted skills are taught during discrete trial training (DTT) at the work table and in the playroom during natural environment teaching (NET) and manding (requesting) sessions. Services are provided by trained staff (Behavioral Specialist Consultants and Registered Behavior Technicians) under the supervision of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.
For more information, contact the ABA Coordinator at 267.203.1500 ext. 334.